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G.M.FuzzyLogic
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TypeRegular
BuildOriginal 1958  [Wiki]
MapOriginal 1958  [Wiki]  [Stats]
VariantOriginal 1958  [Wiki]
Cur SeasonSpring 12
Next Deadline2009-05-06 @ 17:00:00 GMT
Result3-Way Draw
S. C.35
Players7
StatusClosed
Start Date2008-09-22
End Date2009-05-08
Real-Life Time229 days
Slideshow SC Chart Message Board
| FuzzyLogic's House Rules | Rating Calculation
Seq Country   Player Result S.C. Seas NMRs Rtg
Chg
Rtg
New
0 Austria Countryman Blank9mavDraw 14 23 0 7.88 1264.79
0 Britain Captain of the Watch Silver Star9LaneDraw 9 23 0 8.26 1211.15
0 France Artisan Blank9wmspCivil Disorder 1 19 2 -5.74 1210.79
0 Germany Captain of the Watch Gold Star9former.troutEliminated 0 14 0 -5.73 1275.03
0 Italy Captain of the Watch Blank9jmc66Eliminated 0 16 1 -4.43 1218.1
0 Russia Order of the Alliance Gold Star9deathblade_penguinDraw 11 23 0 6.41 1331.25
0 Turkey Captain of the Watch Gold Star9NigsEliminated 0 12 2 -6.65 1298.84
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PREV  Spring 1912 Adjudication:  NEXT    

That's right, dc210, the Commemorative, original 1958 Diplomacy game, "Great Balls of Fire" has come down to a 3-way draw between the remaining powers of Austria, Britain and Russia. Congrats to the final 3! Of course an equally fitting title could have been "Great Game from Hell", "Nightmare on Dip Street", or even "The Game It's No Surprise It Was Changed There Were So Many Problems With It".

Really... I'm glad to have seen it, and even to have GM'd it, cuz it gives you a perspective on where Dip as we know it came from, and just how good the rules are in the current version. Understanding the past makes you appreciate the present just a bit more.

Final results are online: www.diplomaticcorp.com?game_id=dc210

I'm really interested to hear EGS's on this one, both strategy-wise and your take on the changes to the game mechanics over the years.

Hope to see you all in the next... Tho it will be a while at least before I run one of these original games again. :-) Congrats to Aidan, Mav, and Steve!

Enjoy,
-mike
Order of the Garter
www.diplomaticcorp.com


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